Dayle Bayliss Associates are pleased to have been involved in supporting East Coast College in securing £10million of funding from New Anglia LEP to support the creation of their new Lowestoft Campus Energy Skills Centre. The project is a creation of a new £11million building dedicated to energy skills training and enterprise development. This project […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on East Coast College New Energy Skills Centre Project Launch
Dayle Bayliss, owner of Dayle Bayliss Associates LLP, construction consultants, looks into the nation’s obsession with gaming and how it can be applied to business. Bill Gates once said: “Business is a game with few rules and a lot of risk.” And he was right. But you can forget learning the ropes by purchasing Park […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on The Great Game of Business – Gamification for Business Engagement
Dayle Bayliss was asked by RICS Recruit to write about how she became a surveyor and her experiences. The piece was published as part of the RICS’ ‘Surveying The Future’ project. Here is the piece that appeared on the RICS Recruit website. We’re delighted to introduce you to Dayle Bayliss, an award-winning businesswoman who has worked […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on RICS Surveying The Future – Dayle Bayliss
Dayle Bayliss talks to Les Pickford, Freelance writer and former Editor of the RICS Construction Journal (RICS), to discuss tips for Surveyors setting up in practice. Dayle Bayliss discusses why she set up her own practice and gives some pointers to others thinking of striking out on their own. I had been working for a principal […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Setting up in Practice – Tips for Surveyors
With the introduction of the latest RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) Guidance Note on Surveys of Residential Property we look at the different levels of Building Surveys set out within the guidance. This should assist when making the decision on what level of survey to instruct. The Guidance note focuses on condition based surveys for […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on What Type of Building Survey?